|1994-11-12||Foam||Kent, OH||10:29||Riveting, powerful version. Page travels way up the keyboard, and the ending of his section is so dynamic that it sounds like the grand finale. Then Trey works all the way up the fretboard, with Page briefly (and uncharacteristically) on the B-3, before launching the band into a blistering build-up.|
|1994-11-12||Stash||Kent, OH||14:00||Another typically strong Fall '94 version with improvisational play and a wacky ending section with a vocal jam.|
|1994-11-12||DwD||Kent, OH||14:08||Fantastic, improvisational '94-style jamming. One of the very best versions of "DwD," but oh so different from the funk versions of later years. Includes a -> "Have Mercy" -> "DwD." Somewhat unusual ending with -> to "Lifeboy."|
|1994-11-12||Have Mercy||Kent, OH||4:33||Excellent "Have Mercy" section of a huge and jammed early "DwD."|
|1994-11-12||DwD||Kent, OH||5:12||-> in from "Have Mercy." More excellent '94-style jamming on this epic combination which -> to "Lifeboy."|
|1994-11-12||Hood||Kent, OH||15:01||Awesome version in which Trey brings the volume down close to zero, things start to rebuild, then from 10:50 - 11:30, there's this great section where you can feel the explosion coming before it arrives. And it does, BIG TIME.|
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